Satya

Satya (सत्य) is a central concept in Indian religions. It is a Sanskrit word that loosely translates into English as `unchangeable`, `that which pervades the universe in all its constancy`. It is also interpreted as `absolute truth` or `reality`. ==Etymology== `Satya` is derived from Sat, which is the present participle of the ro...
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satya

(from the article `India`) ...he exerted over India`s masses, who viewed him as a sadhu (holy man) and worshipped him as a mahatma (which, in Sanskrit, means `great soul`). He ...
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Satya

(Skr.) Actual, real, true, valid, truth, reality, the real. -- K.F.L.
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Satya

also Sat - meaning Truth.
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Satya

Satya is a Hindustani name for boys and girls. The meaning is `truth` The name Satya is most commonly given to French girls. (5 times more often than to American girls.) In England and Wales it is (almost) solely given to girls The name sounds like: Sadia, Sada, Saida, Sayda, Sadye, Sato Similar names are: Batya, Katya, Datya, Samya
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Satya

truth-one of the yamas
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Satya

Truth-one of the yamas.
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Satya

Truthfulness and honesty (one of the yamas).
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